Launceston's most comprehensive healthcare and wellness professionals.
Seasoned Physio's, Polestar educated Pilates instructors and some of the best hands in the business - our massage therapists.
In-Balance Physiotherapy and Pilates provides a uniquely tailored healthcare experience with an exceptional team offering Physiotherapy services, lymphoedema treatments, pilates classes, hydrotherapy, massage therapies, Power Plate Training and more. This holistic approach to health and wellbeing means you’re in good hands - we treat the person, not just the complaint.
Since 2006, In-Balance Physiotherapy and Pilates has provided innovative, safe and effective treatment and services to a broad clientele from across Launceston and northern Tasmania. Our highly experienced team of Physiotherapists are committed to optimising your function, mobility and quality of life.
We believe there’s no one more effective at maintaining your health than you. That’s why we encourage you to take an active role in your own recovery and offer strategies for ongoing health maintenance and prevention of injury. Our multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals can assist you to achieve sensible goals through intelligent treatment, attention to detail and positive reinforcement. And as the only practice in Launceston utilising a scanning laser to treat lymphoedema, soft tissue injuries and other issues, you can rest assured we provide you with every option and opportunity to reach your health goals.
Keen to improve your personal best on a 10km run or a dash down the supermarket aisle? Then try our PILATES sessions and you could just edge out the competition.
PILATES body conditioning teaches controlled movement, breathing awareness and correct body alignment during varied, low-impact exercises.
PILATES at In-balance is also an effective way to recover from injuries, pain or post pregnancy in a safe environment with qualified instructors.
Evidence suggests that early diagnosis of Lymphoedema (tissue swelling often following breast cancer surgery) well before it becomes obvious, may reduce the risk by half of it developing. Early detection may then only require minimal intervention.
In-Balance is able to offer the latest tool in Lymphoedema diagnosis technology- the L-Dex Bio-impedence.
If treatment is required, In-Balance is the only clinic in Launceston offering the use of a scanning laser to help treat swelling associated with Lymphoedema.
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Massage will complement any physiotherapy treatment or Pilates exercise program. Relief of stress and muscular tension can help consolidate improvements in posture and strength and contribute to overall wellbeing. And of course it is also wonderful as a pampering treat!
Our four fully qualified massage therapists are available for appointments on most days. Click below to find a treatment that suits you.
Rebates are available with some private health funds using our HICAPS facilities. Gift Vouchers are available for purchase at reception.
Warm baths and hot springs have been seen as medical miracles through the ages. Mineral baths were used to cure all manner of afflictions and most people feel the benefit of warm water. There is much evidence that performing exercise in warm water can be beneficial in assisting healing from injury or surgery.
Acceleration Training™ with a Power Plate® machine creates multidirectional instability in the human body. With vibration the body is forced to perform reflexive muscle actions, 25 to 50 times per second. These contractions must work in multiple dimensions as the Power Plate® machine actually oscillate in all three planes, similar to the human body. Ask your InBalance Physiotherapist if they feel you might benefit from using the Power Plate®.
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Linda has worked as an Occupational Therapist for many years and has joined the In Balance team following the completion of specialised training in the area of Lymphoedema. Linda is focused on providing best practice management for Lymphoedema in all stages of the treatment continuum including assessment, early detection and ongoing management. Linda has a particular interest in the use of low level laser therapy for the treatment of Lymphoedema and other applications including scar management, physical rehabilitation and pain reduction.
BAppSci (Occupational Therapy) University of Sydney 2003
Member of Occupational Therapy Association Australia
Member of Lymphoedema Association Australia
Maintaining equal enthusiasm for motivating people to move, keeping them moving and teaching Pilates, Rachel recognises that with all that moving, people also require some massage - which she also dabbles in. Involved in the fitness industry for the past 15 years, her qualifications - Certificates in Fitness and Pilates Matwork - are being expanded as she completes a Bachelor in Health Science at UTAS. A keen swimmer since aged 4 and a qualified swimming teacher, Rachael's an energetic advocate of fitness and understands its role in improving quality of life.
Bachelor Health Science - currently enrolled
Certificate III Fitness
Certificate IV Pilates Mat
To complement her undergraduate degree and extra qualifications in barre attack she's currently completing a diploma in Pilates through Polestar International. In her spare time she enjoys running, water skiing and spending time with friends and family.
B Applied Science (Exercise + Sport Science), 2011 University of Sydney NSW
With natural therapies threading through most of her life, Stephani has gained extensive experience in remedial therapies including Bowen Therapy, remedial massage and Reiki. Most recently she has studied Neuro-structural Integration Technique (NST), an effective bodywork technique that relaxes muscles and fascia in a gentle manner. Stephani is currently completing her Certificate IV in Studio Pilates Accreditation with Polestar.
She advocates the key benefits of remedial massage for stimulation to the blood supply allowing toxins in the muscles to be removed; calming of the peripheral nervous system to ease pain and discomfort; and toning and relaxing of muscles to improve joint mobility.